lmaonade, on 19 December 2012 - 08:33 PM, said:
Positioning yourself in the right way as well as dodging at the right time gurantee avoiding any kind of damage. Now, how much defense, health and healing is needed when you don't even get hit? That's right - none! Relying on anything but offense only makes you a burden to your entire team. The same goes for any "bunker build" player, they've just not learned how to play this game and rely purely on healing and defense resulting in not being able to kill even a single opponent. It amazes me that everyone thinks so highly of this one person who soloed Lupicus Giganticus. All it takes to perform such a "feat" is to know your own abilities, how and when to use them and to know your enemy. What worked for one boss might not work for another, though. That being said, if you can't even solo a single dungeon boss then you're nothing but dead weight.
RaoulDukeHST, on 19 December 2012 - 09:01 PM, said:
my,my what a pro player we have here,so you're the noob pug i pick up from time to time who spends all his time on the floor?
Greetings fellow Desolation player! Considering I don't PUG you must be mistaken. I noticed you're from Extraordinary Gentlemen. That's actually really funny, you know. We took two from EXG with us into the second Infinarium dungeon back then and quite honestly I'm still not sure what happened. They pulled a large amount of Skritt in the first phase, died, then raged at us for, and I quote, "being too lazy to attack". A good, skilled player knows that this phase is easily done with the use of a few Ash Legion Spy Kits. Take this as a piece of advice and spread this knowledge in your backwards guild. Needless to say we laughed quite a lot on our TS about this, so thanks for the good laugh!
ViM, on 19 December 2012 - 11:08 PM, said:
Who the heck are you to determine whether one is playing properly or not?
I am me, obviously and I can determine that by simply looking at the question at hand. Anyone who relies on defensive stats is a complete waste of server space.